Everton have secured the services of Nigerian global Henry Onyekuru ahead of Arsenal.
Celtic wanted to sign Onyekuru in the January transfer window and slapped in a bid of €1m for the 20-year-old, but it was rejected.
Onyekuru is expected to be loaned to Anderlecht for the next 12 months to continue his development in Belgium.
The 20-year-old lit up the Jupiler League last season with a series of impressive performances, scoring 24 goals in 41 games in all competitions.
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Having only recently made his first appearance for Nigeria, Onyekuru is not now eligible for a work permit, so the 20-year-old will be loaned to Anderlecht before joining up with the Toffees next summer.
Onyekuru made his senior debut for Nigeria in the 3-0 friendly win over Togo earlier this month in France.
The Malaga striker is now on global duty with Spain at the European under-21 Championships in Poland which has held up his Blues unveiling.
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